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they wouldn't have done anything for sandy hook. they wouldn't have done anything for virginia tech. th it's not because the law failed. it's because people who are supposed to follow the law failed. i put this question for you again. what good are laws if people don't follow them? >> right. so you still maintain that we have to put more and more guns out there and america will be safer? >> i don't maintain anything. you can put words into my mouth all you want to. >> do you believe that? >> let me tell you something. >> do you believe more guns would lead to less gun crime? >> let me answer you. i am never, ever going to do anything that is going to somehow limit someone's ability to protect themselves. and speaking as someone who has had to deal with this, let me tell you something. i've been in the situation where i've had to protect myself. i have two children. i've had my life threatened. i've had my children's lives threatened. i went to the police. i went to security. do you know what -- you know what they told me? they said the best thing you can do is to get a firearm and to get a
's happening. do you remember right after the tragedies that took place in sandy hook elementary school? the president and others were asked questions about how about having police officers on these elementary school campuses? and the answer was, we don't want guns in school. well, the answer though is really, the exact opposite of that. what the n.r.a. and others said is the answer, security personnel in elementary schools and other events and you had that by the way, sporting events, you have armed security, you have it on college campuses. it's focusing on the wrong issue. this fbi said that the assault weapon ban of 1994 did nothing to lower crime and does anybody that's watching this broadcast now think that a signed poster that said do not carry your weapon in this area would prevent what happened in sandy hook. and what about the hipaa laws when a professional finds out, what happens. >> and one of the weapons used at sandy hook, bush master, mr-14. before the patent on the m-16 was expired. it was-- >> domestic. but it can fire 45 shots in a minute by squeezing the trigger, this
, they turn on me. solid agreement. thanks for being here. thank you, ambassador. up next, sandy hook father telling the connecticut state legislature no more knew gun laws. is powerful testimony here next. ♪ coming up tomorrow, the cut-out there are some of the strictest into illegal immigration laws in the country, he is the secretary of state of kansas, chris comeback, leading immigration attorney and former prosecutor, fox is legal analyst among our guests. the president to unveil his own immigration reform initiative smarm. the "a-team" takes that appear next. go to foxbusiness.com -- loudobbs.com. loudobbs.com. the star facebook page, twitter, e-mail. ♪ ...$10 off any turbo tax deluxe level software or higher! find thousands of big deals now... ...at officemax. making the big romantic gesture. that's powful. verizon. get a droid razr m by motorola in pink for $49.99. ♪ lou: state lawmakers in connecticut today looking into a gun violence prevention following the sandy hook massacre. more than 1,000 people showed up to express their opinion, including the father of a 6-year-old sa
sandy, climate change. a largely inactive hurricane season prior, climate change. the new england patriots not making it to the super bowl, climate change. you can believe this. just believe this, climate change. like the environmental gift that keeps giving, ever since they ditched term global warming, environmentalists have a label to pretty much fits everything. it would be funny, if they would not want to spend the money to change anything that affects the weather. now leaving asidecall ron, focus on this he has a big backer in washington. and climate change crusade that will bypass congress. this is about to get expensive. and doesn't mark know it for years he tried to tell a mainstream media, that won't listen that the widespread view climate change is man-made. and more than a thousand scientists argue it is wrong. and now that environmentalist bashing crusader, warns, spending trillions of dollars addressing that imaginary problem is more than wrong, it will be pricey, mark. i'm afraid of that post, inaugural automatic pilot we have for global addressing climbal at change
still be days away. frigid air also is making life even tougher for victims of superstorm sandy. many still don't even have basic utilities to heat their homes. national correspondent susan candiotti joins me now from staten island. i understand you spoke to a resident there who still can't get home. what is life like for these people right now? >> reporter: it's tough for everybody, randi. you can imagine it's about 15 degrees outside. with the windchill right now, feels about 5. all this cold is adding to the misery of people still recovering from superstorm sandy back on halloween. you look at staten island it's not hard at all to see houses that are still boarded up, debris everywhere, construction workers trying to get things back in shape. larry gonzalez, here's his story. his home was filled, because of the storm surge, with at least four feet of water. not only that, but a few hundred gallons of heating oil ran through his house. and you can still smell it. you can still see some of it. and he's in a dispute right now over whether his house should, in fact, be demolished or is
sandy, of tropical storm sandy. they wanted to defend their own territory in terms of politics, but i didn't see anything particularly conspiratorial in any of that. >> no, they're actually trying to save themselves. they've got a bunch of people from very safe districts, and john is right, it would be very hard for democrats to take back the house until after 2020 because all those districts are gerrymandered, and, you know, if you can't take back the house, you certainly can't annihilate the republicans. it was a kind of loopy expression, and i think if john was being honest, he'd say he wouldn't have advised the speaker to say it. >> is victimhood now a republican meme? now republicans are all victims too? i know the democrats are sometimes truly victims, but are you selling the fact, hey, we're getting beat up by these bullies. is this the new thing, complaining, crying? do you think it works politically? >> i think the president's speech on monday did a wonderful thing for republicans. it got them united and fired up. he said nothing that anybody in any red states would say he's
slaughter created by an automatic weapon and weapon we saw at aurora or sandy hook that can kill 100 people in a minute. what is the difference? >> wait a second. first of all, you're making our case. permitted. in other words, this year they're going to permit. next year, they may not permit. >> there are 50 or more gun control rules which do not permit americans to use certain types of weaponry already. so that permission, decision has already been taken more than 50 times. >> so if your primary concern is saving lives, you have to look at pistols because pistols are the primary killers and they're the primary killers in big cities, all of which have gun control laws. none of which work. >> the preferred weapon of mass shooters, deranged young men, has been five deranged young men using ar-15s. why do they use them? because they're easy to use and they create the most mass shootings in a short period of time. i see no difference in the ability to commit mass murder between an automatic weapon which is banned and you agree with that ban, and an ar-15, which is shoot 100 people dead or 20 c
, just moments ago, the senate passed a bill providing aid for victims of hurricane sandy. after weeks of delay from house republicans, the bill includes $50 billion of aid for storm recovery. it now goes to president obama to sign into law. the senate also defeated a republican amendment that sought to offset the sandy aid with spending cuts. without enough college graduates to fill them. that's why at devry university, we're teaming up with companies like cisco to help make sure everyone is ready with the know-how we need for a new tomorrow. [ male announcer ] make sure america's ready. make sure you're ready. at devry.edu/knowhow. ♪ behind the silver of philadelphia cream cheese. it always begins with fresh, local milk, blended with real wholesome cream. going fresh from the farm, to our fridge, in just six days. because we believe in fresh taste. that's the way we set the standard for intensely rich, luscious flavor. so our story of fresh taste always ends... deliciously. when it comes to taste, philadelphia sets the standard. >>> president obama is going right after the right wi
those in the northeast and in new york and new jersey who fought o get the money after hurricane sandy that everybody else gets water blinking, they are all or this now too. this is the point made in the speech, like the last line, the reputation about paul ryan, this was about hurricane sandy, and -- gerri: how? this was green energy he was talking about. his commitment -- >> talking about climate change. gerri: a commitment to rid of climate change. >> one of the most ridiculous passages in the speech saying the founding ideals have no meaning unless we fight climate change which would be major news to thomas jefferson, it was a laughable passage. gerri: justin, last word. >> yeah, if president obama's worried and concerned about the future of our children, then he will do something and take dramatic action, use the political capital gained to do something about about the 16 trillion of debt sitting as a yolk of oppression on our future of our children's futures. gerri: thanks so much for coming on tonight. really appreciate the time. great conversation. thank you. and be sure to wat
, sales not meeting analysts. they blame the winner weather and superstorm sandy and some people are saying they should look internally but not good numbers for joseph a. bank. lori: sums it up. thank you. melissa: s&p lowering rating on illinois on the concerns that it is failing to address the $96 billion pension fund deficit. we have the trait treasurer of illinois and he joins us now. dan, tell me the practical implication of this. i know your pension fund they say is only 35% funded. they consider 80% to be healthy. this is really about your pension. what is the implication of the downgrade? >> well, for the taxpayers i think it is two things. one is a real psychological. you keep hearing about how illinois is doing so bad, whether moody's, standard & poor's or fitch but the other the fact when illinois goes into the bond market it costs us more money than if we were for example a aaa rated state like other states in the nation r it costs more in interest on the long-term type of debt we're looking to go into. melissa: they say you have weakened pension fund ratios and a lac
put it in the supplemental bill for sandy. and guess what? the house republicans stripped it out and didn't put it in their version of the sandy bill. so even today, after we know what happened, the republicans are still not willing to give her the resources to protect our diplomats abroad. >> senator, what was this hearing about today? was it about getting and finding solutions or something else? >> listen, to me, this was simply about politics, right, about two-thirds of the republicans that asked questions asked questions about a handful of tv appearances by susan rice. the fact is if republicans asked just a small percentage of the questions that they've been asking about these television appearances about the war in iraq, we wouldn't be talking about saving four lives, we would be talking about saving 4,000 lives. and so i'm glad she's being as transparent as she has been. but it's about time to focus on something bigger than this. >> senator, you have access to these intelligence materials. did you learn anything today? was there any new information that came out today? >>
. >> caller: with mortgage rates at all-time lows, and new applications rising, hurricane sandy hitting the east coast and home building about to rise again. >> mm-hmm. >> caller: i own a stock for less than a year and made good money off it, but there's questions about their cash flow. i was wondering if it's a good player or should i sell? the stock is called headwaters, hw. >> no, speculative and you hit it out of the park. it's time to -- >> sell, sell, sell! >> you just did real well, let's move on. i've got to tell you, i think once the stock goes up like that and is exactly as you said about it, take the money and run. paul in minnesota. paul? >> caller: hey, jim, how's it going? >> all right. how about you? >> caller: i've got a question about facebook. what do you think about their earnings report next week? is it worth buying more? >> i don't know, the stock has had a big run. i do like facebook, i've liked it since the last conference call. i'm not backing away. it's certainly a lot more exciting than say, apple, it may not be as good as google, but it's fine. it's fine. i th
's happening right now with the rebuild from hurricane sandy that's going to start in q2? >> well, we had a very strong quarter in oriented as well as lumber. i don't think that was directly tied to hurricane sandy. it takes some time to really be able to respond to a calamity of that nature. but there will be a lot of rebuilding that will take place. we're positioned to take advantage of that. and there will be demand for all of those products. the challenge in every single case will be building that infrastructure back. but that will put some extra pressure on the housing market as well as just the general recovery that we're expecting this year. as we reported this morning, our estimate is that we would see housing starts recover in 2013 to about a million starts. that's a 30% increase off of last year. and in 2012 was up about 30% from 2011. so we're starting to see rebuild. but it's still very low levels compared to long-term trend needs for probably a million five to a million seven starts in this country. >> dan, the housing market can be the engine of a serious recovery because of
air also making life tougher for victims of superstorm sandy. many still don't have even the basic utilities to heat their home since the storm struck. susan candiotti is joining us from staten island. you spoke with a resident there who still can't go home. is that a problem for many? i mean, what is life like for these people now? >> reporter: it is a problem for people here on staten island. you see that even now, a few months after superstorm sandy hit, there is still demolition work going on, removing debris. a lot of people, as you said, are still living in their homes without the basic necessities. some of them simply don't want to leave. they want to stay put among their own belongings. there are places that can get help while they're waiting repairs to begin. larry gonzalez has a problem at his house because he believes it should be demolished and is in an argument with the city that thinks it can be repaired. fema and the like. heating oil poured into the house when a storm surge came and filled his basement with like four feet of water. he's getting really frustrated. >>
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of sandy, the heels of last year's draught was one of the worst in our country's history going back to the dust bowl, you'd think there would be wind sailing in the right direction. >> that's right. he's putting something in the agenda that wasn't. we already had the pipeline to capitol hill so clogged. these three new fiscal cliffs coming up, gun control, energy infrastructure. he's putting this at the head of the line. immigration actually and even gun control got very little attention here. he mentioned newtown but only in passing. >> so do you think he held some stuff back for the state of the union? >> definitely. the state of the union will be more a blue print, a road map, but here he's talking for history. over the years this president has rightly been criticized for not telling his own narrative, for not putting out a frame, for not connecting his own dots, telling his own story. here was the president doing it. he's writing the history book for himself. this is what he wants the history books to say about barack obama. >> mike allen, president it, as always. see you soon o
of hurricane sandy. many people left with just a structure around them, no heat, just the studs where the walls once were. like the home where nbc's katy tur is visiting tonight, staten island in new york. good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. outside the real-feel temperature is about 6 degrees. inside, where people are living, it's about 32 degrees. it got so cold in here last night, these water bottles on the wall actually froze. and this home has heat. >> up. >> reporter: scott and dee mcgrath's whole life has been moved into one small bedroom. >> this is my dining room -- >> living room. >> living room -- >> bedroom -- >> bedroom and computer room. everything all in one. >> reporter: thermostat set to 90, actually temperature 65. downstairs, though, it's a whole other ball game. >> as you can see, we have a lot of exposed walls. >> there's a lot of people living like this. just because we have heat and electric back on doesn't mean we're actually staying warm. >> 39. >> 39 degrees. >> reporter: the mcgraths have been living this way for three months. in november, they pleaded for
of superstorm sandy. "mad men" january jones signed a board that will auctioned online. jason isaacs donated true rerelingon jeans. >> people give you things all the time which is lovely. but i feel guilty. and so i'm thrilled that i hooked up with jon bon jovi's charity and possibly help the victims of sandy. >> you know, really great to see celebrities giving back. but i have to tell you, right behind me is main street. i was walking up and down, because i wanted to bring you back some swag. and my camera guy, tom larson stopped by a place, because he thought they were giving away male lingerie. sow stopped dead in his tracks, we'll wait in line for the male lingerie. it wasn't male lingerie, but it was this. nail lingerie. either way, i decided to pick up a couple of them for you. >> a win either way the way i see it, zoraida. >> a little nail lingerie. >> it is the thought that counts. >> it is intoday. >> always thinking of me and my undergarments. >> it will really spruce up your weekly manicure. >>> coming up, today's best advice from a pioneering cyclist coming up. >> today, american
so much. lori: one thing hurricane sandy taught us most gas stations can run out of gas in a disaster. you would think that would force an immediate shift to electric vehicles. the liz claman continues her coverage at davos, switzerland, at the world economic forum to rev up the discussion when if ever people will flock to all electric vehicles. liz: if you had to pick the biggest believer in the electric car revolution it would have to be guy sitting next to me, carlos ghosn, chairman and ceo of nissan-renault. can i call it a revolution? >> it is a revolution. it is happening. a revolution you don't always control the time but we're getting there. >> when you say getting there, you cut the price of the nissan leaf by 6,000 u.s. dollars. does that mean we're not that much there that you don't have to add a little incentive? >> this is something we foreseen from the beginning. we relocated production to the united states. we used to shift the cars and batteries from japan. unfortunately with the yen, production coming out of japan is the expensive. now that it is located in the united
to go along with the bill, otherwise you were eroding away your power base. twice now with sandy and with the fiscal cliff deal has depended on a majority of democrats and a reasonable edge of the opposition. reasonable amount of republicans to go along with it, can this sustain itself? that is barack obama's best hope of a legacy piece in his second term. >>> everybody stand by, we have important news coming up. >> let me guess, band related. >> not only the grambling marching band, we have rock 'n' roll. we also got alina cho doing investigative journalism right now, who's going to be the designer of the first lady's gown. stand by. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> i'm brooke baldwin live in washington, d.c.. the public swearing-in the west side of the capitol building tomorrow. we have to talk about his wife, the first lady, in what could possibly be the best kept secret in washington what's she going to wear tomorrow night. it's very secretive, very hush-hush who would know the scoop tonight, alina cho. she has the inside look at the competition to design for the first lady. >> first lady
. were a lot of hurricane sandy damage still is existing. the quetion is do you look at the facts, we have biological and social economic systems that are in play with rapidly changing global climate. seo keeps going up. it's important. maybe this is a problem that man has made? >> just recently it was that we could go forward and get $136 billion in investments from governments, they predict it would spur over $560 billion in investnt from the private sector. so actually there is new industries to be created, whether it's geo- engineering or elsewhere. neil: you know congress' ability to take in the money and waste the money and lose the money. let's check out the president and first lady of the united states. ♪ [patriotic music playing] ♪ neil: what you make of that? >> you are investing in our country. when you say there is more certification, ice is retreating, glaciers are retreating. we have to do something about this area and hopefully the president will provide some leadership. this is a world problem and we need everyone engaged. neil: all right, thank you very much. the
storm sandy. >>> the bitter cold is moving over the southeast and mid-atlantic areas. the storm is expected to spread freezing rain and ice over much of the southeast as well. let's turn to cnn. >> looks like the event is taking place in washington, d.c. and will be fast moving. the temperature at 23 degrees and the temperatures hover around the upper teens to low 20s for the overnight hours. this will move through fairly quickly. you have low visibility and you can see one or two inches. we move towards the southeast. this is interesting and the coldest temperatures are across the tri-state area in tennessee. upstate sections of georgia. as a result, quite a bit of icing across the region. numerous reports of car accidents in charlotte, north carolina. the ice is moving towards the east and there is a blaze of ice on the roadways. interstates kiting across charlotte and to knoxville. oak ridge and tricities area making for extremely dangerous road conditions. here's what i was talking about with the system. breezy between 15 and 25 miles per hour. >> when can we expect the brea
as the sandy hook tragedy took place. both of these things will be stretched out over time and come together. that's the only thing that should get to the president's desk, constitutional, prudent decisions made by the house, the senate, and the presidency. >> on the day of celebration, congressman, appreciate your time. it does seem we're heading towards what's more familiar in this town krb i know mayor booker is not a huge fan of it, but it's become a staple in this town -- confrontation. >> he's not a fan of it, but i bet he's pretty good at it, i'm going to guess, go out on a limb on that. thank you, john. appreciate that. >>> still ahead on "starting point," president obama has faced well publicized battles with congress. we're going to talk to senator angus king, an independent. he says he came to washington to shake things up. we'll ask him what that means straight ahead. ♪ [ male announcer ] the distances aren't getting shorter. ♪ the trucks are going farther. the 2013 ram 1500 with best-in-class fuel economy. engineered to move heaven and earth. guts. glory. ram. the new ram 15
him to it. the vice-chairman sandy winifield, and all our outstanding members of the joint chiefs. our secretary of veterans affairs and vietnam veteran rick shinseki, who is here. and we're honored to be joined by some truly extraordinary americans, our wounded warriors who inspire us with their incredible strength and resolve. [ cheering ] our enlisted men and women and junior officers, the backbone of our military. [ cheering ] our amazing military families. including the families of the fallen. our gold star families. we will stand with you always. the members of the legendary tuskegee airmen in the house. and the recipients of our nation's highest military decoration, the medal of honor. we are honored by your presence. you know, today we experienced the majesty of our democracy, a ritual only possible in a form of government that is of and by and for the people. a day made possible because there are patriots like each and every one of you who defend our freedom every single day. so this little party is just another way to say something we can never say enough, thank you. thank yo
, in wake of the shootings across the country especially in sandy hook and connecticut. >> with us is freshman amanda vazquez who was in english class when she heard shots ring out. how are you doing tonight? >> i'm feeling a lot better than i was earlier, of course. around family. >> i can't imagine. can you take us through what happened, what you saw, what you heard? >> i was waiting on my english class to start. it was about five minutes before it started. and all of a sudden i heard about six shots down the hall y hallway. i started hearing people shouting and running, people just running. and i immediately tried to get under the desk, you know, tried to hide. of course, did what my instinct was telling me to do. there were people coming into our room seeking shelter. the gun or the altercation that was going on and a lady, she was training to be an emt or something like that. she took charge immediately. and was like, everybody, you need to get over here so that if the gunman looks in here, he doesn't see you. and turned off the lights, put the table by the door. and i called
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of the sandy supplemental. it did not get into the house side. so we're still looking for the house to act. currently, the house has holds on bilateral security assistance, on other kinds of support for anti-terrorism assistance. so we got to get our act together between the administration and the congress. >> the cia has a black box budget, a secret budget that is at least partly secret, right, opaque, unquestionable. and even if we did know how big the intelligence budget was for the cia and the rest of the intelligence community in this country, rest assured that the only political impact of knowing that number is that someone in congress would insist that we double that number. the united states military has a budget so gargantuan that it roughly approximates the military budgets of all of our conceivable adversaries and major allies combined. the state department is the only part of the u.s. government that fields high-level personnel doing high security, high tension work in highly sensitive places around the globe alongside the intelligence and the military, except they, the state d
carefully after the bump up from hurricane sandy, it came right back down. that's a good sign that people are not getting fired. and second, an underrated index, the index of leading economic indicators. you saw the slump, that slump was around the middle the year as the whole economy was worrisome but look how well it's come back towards the back end the year. that i think is part of the scenario that we'll grow faster than we have. look at house, retail sales, look at manufacturing, look at other indicators, they've ended the past year pretty good and they are starting the new year pretty well, 2.5%, it ain't the greatest i rather have 5%. leapt us move on. big day for democratic senator diane feinstein. ban 150 types of hand guns and rifles. over time dry up the entire supply of weapons. while she's at it she forgot say that she's in complete violation of the second amendment. this is over the edge stuff with all due respect to miss feinstein. we'll be right back to cover it. . >>> welcome back to "the kudlow report." i'm larry kudlow. in this half hour you can say we didn't warn you.
can be held in a magazine. >> i agree. >> and you saw in the aurora and the sandy hook chuting it is the ability to empty 30 to 100 rounds. if the person has to reload, then that good guy can stop them. >> and we see joe mansion from the nra, saying li ining things is chon sense. back ground checks, that seems to be the spot where there is the most likely opportunity. >> lawmakers say look, if the senate can get through a bill that is something that can work. the nra is in a marketplace. part of the reason they satisfy such an extreme position. there are other groups competing for the same money. >> then gun owners of america will fill in the marketplace and not the nra. >> joy evening, americans, and welcome to "the ed show" from new york. now is the time for america to get laser focused on how the republicans are trying to steal the next election. this is "the ed show." let's get to work. >> i think the surprise was some of the turnout. some of the turnout, especially in urban areas. >> forget policy. if you can't win it, just go ahead and rig it. the gop moves to steal elect
in pennsylvania, new york, and new jersey. some superstorm sandy victims there still, believe it or not, don't have basic utilities to keep warm. and the tennessee valley and the carolinas are also on ice. freezing rain is blamed for more than 200 wrecks around charlotte and the airport there had to cancel 100 flights. here's how you can tell it's really, really cold. a polar bear plunge. where people take a plunge in the river for fun, as they say. one was called off in new jersey because organizers said the single digit windchill made it too dangerous. >> cold water is the point, though, right? >> there's cold and there's cold. >> there's cold and there's -- >> that is frigid. the question, of course, is there any warm-up in sight anywhere in the u.s.? >> hi. all right. too cold for a polar bear plunge. that's off the charts. hi, everyone, good rng mo. well, you are freezing from maine to macon, georgia, but there's good news ahead. temperatures really on the aggregate for the country warming up, especially the east coast. but give you a little taste of how cold it is. right now in boston,
turns it into frozen mist. very cool. >>> ready to get away from the cold? a trip to belize offers sandy beaches, great diving and not much hassle. holly ferfer shows us why so many americans are taking advantage of this tropical escape. >> reporter: tourism is up more than 10% in the central american country of belize. according to the tourism board. and for good reason. >> the dollar can stretch farther than in more developed caribbean countries, and english is the language. so it's a relatively easy place to travel in. >> reporter: just a few-hour flight from miami is belize city, also the port of call for cruise ships. but you may want to get out of the city to really experience the best of belize. >> there is a crime problem in belize city, so you really don't want to stay there any longer than you need to. >> reporter: belize is about the size of massachusetts. you can take in rain forests, relax on caribbean beach, and dive the longest barrier reef in the western hemisphere. >> there's marine reserves you don't want to miss. there's shark ray alley, where you can go snorkeling or
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